IKEA Sideboard

IKEA is famously known for designing and selling ready-to-assemble furniture, kitchen appliances, home accessories, and other goods. Recognized for its modernist designs and innovative furnishing solutions for affordable prices, IKEA is a popular brand. The IKEA website contains about 12,000 products, and searching for “IKEA sideboard” will bring up over 400 different selections! Let’s look at some of the particulars.


Find the right style to make sure that your IKEA sideboard fits the look of your room.



Many IKEA sideboards come in this style, which blends functionality and sleek composition. The pieces are practical and make a statement with their understated elegance. Focused on using earthy colors, natural material, and simplicity of form and function, modern decor design is a classic style that is still extremely popular today.
Mid-Century Modern

Mid-Century Modern

IKEA sideboards also come in the mid-century modern style, which is similar to its predecessor, the modern style. Mid-Century Modern focuses on the use of clean geometric lines, with an abstract style, eliminating any banal features, and will always be considered a timeless look.


Keep the below characteristics in mind to easily customize the look of your IKEA sideboard for your home.


  • Glass
  • Metal
  • Solid wood
  • Wood (including board)
  • Wood veneer

Door & Shelf

  • Glass doors
  • Hinged doors
  • Sliding doors
  • With doors
  • Without doors


  • Contemporary
  • Farmhouse
  • Futuristic
  • Industrial
  • Mid-century modern
  • Modern


Going through the catalog of IKEA sideboard options, you quickly find that they include more choices than what one would consider a traditional sideboard. For example, they include bookshelves, bookcases, folding side tables, storage cabinets, bathroom units, and more. So, when looking for your ideal IKEA sideboard, it might take a little bit of searching. Starting here narrows the list narrows down to about 430, and is probably the best place to start.

Difference Between a Sideboard & a Buffet

A buffet is similar to a sideboard, but are usually larger. Both buffets and sideboards are large, decorative table-like pieces, outfitted with cabinet-like doors and/or storage drawers. They are often placed in dining rooms to store dishes and serve food. An IKEA sideboard gives you plenty of space to stow items and a surface to create an attractive display or to unload serving dishes while you dine.

For Sale at Reperch

To find pre-loved, gently used IKEA furniture, including IKEA sideboards, check out these brick and mortar shops in your city. Nationwide shipping is also available.

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Environmental Sustainability & Responsibility

hand with leafIKEA wants to have a positive impact on the planet. That is why by 2030, they are working to have all materials in their products be recycled or renewable, and sourced in responsible ways. Read on below to find out why you can feel good about your decision to purchase an IKEA sideboard.

Chemical Avoidance

Since September 2016, all coated fabric in IKEA products is free from DMF (dimethyl formamide), a solvent that can be toxic to people in production and the environment.

Wood Sourcing

According to IKEA's 2021 Sustainability Report, 99.5% of all wood that they use is recycled or meets the standards of the Forest Stewardship Council.

Energy Conservation

In 2019, IKEA announced that they would be invest $2.8 billion in renewable energy infrastructure. They are targeting making its entire supply chain climate positive by 2030.


Since 2013, IKEA has stopped providing plastic bags to customers and offers reusable bags for sale. The IKEA restaurants also have reusable cutlery and plates.


IKEA has recycling bins for compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs), energy-saving bulbs, and batteries.


Since 2016, IKEA has only sold energy-efficient LED lightbulbs, lamps, and light fixtures. LED lightbulbs use as little as 15% of the power of a regular incandescent light bulb.